Sep 15 2014 There is typically one of two avenues by which to appeal a final judgment or non-final order. The first is to complain there was a misapplication of the law by the judge (also known as an error of law). The second is to make the argument that the record did not reveal substantial competent evidence…read more
Divorce Attorney Tampa
rechel & associates, p.a.
Tampa Bay Area, Florida: At Rechel & Associates, P.A., we constantly strive to be the best divorce and family law attorneys in the Tampa Bay area. Our lawyers and staff have diverse and complimentary talents and attributes, including experience, vigor, tenacity, creativity, compassion and strength. Together, we comprise a highly effective team dedicated to protecting our clients’ best interests, utilizing hard-hitting and aggressive tactics (when necessary), diplomacy, traditional and non-traditional strategy, deft negotiation skills, litigation (where appropriate), and always with a reasonable, professional and civil demeanor.
Our cases range from simple uncontested divorces to complex, highly contested and high net worth/asset disputes. We also utilize the collaborative divorce method when appropriate. The Firm represents both men and women, to provide a balanced and studied perspective and approach.
Our attorneys are available for consultation* and representation in Hillsborough County, Pasco County and Pinellas County. Additionally, Ms. Bedwell is available for clients in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties.
*Free one hour consultation with Ms. Bedwell or Ms. Todd only. Mr. Rechel’s one hour consultation fee is $350.00.
Oct 09 2013 The short answer to this question is yes. Engaging in covert efforts to spy on your spouse is, in simple laymen’s terms, a no-no. Indeed, with the recent changes to Florida law to include and incorporate cyber stalking, it is potentially dangerous on a criminal level, as well. See Florida Statutes…read more
Sep 24 2013 If your spouse or co-parent has stopped paying your child support, there are a number of options potentially available, depending upon the situation and the terms of the judgment that awarded you the support. The first option, if it’s not in place already, is to request what is called an Income Wit…read more